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1 USER MANUAL Rev /10/26 Copyright Cyber Power Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.

2 PowerPanel Business Edition USER S MANUAL PowerPanel Business Edition provides power management Services. PowerPanel Business Edition consists of Agent and Slave. Agent provides a service to monitor status and configure the Battery Backup. It records status of the Battery Backup and power events, and generates actions in response to events. Slave provides a service to establish the communication with Agent and generates actions according to the notification from Agent when a power event occurs. An overview of the software capabilities is listed below: Monitor the Battery Backup status and view the Battery Backup information. View the Power System information and configure Power System location. Configure the Battery Backup settings and perform diagnostics. Configure protected system and view the summary. Configure action settings for different events. View the logs and configure logging options. Manage scheduled shutdown and restart settings. Change the authentication username and password. Connect to the system from remote computer. Copyright Cyber Power Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 1

3 CONTENT MONITOR THE BATTERY BACKUP STATUS AND VIEW THE BATTERY BACKUP INFORMATION [AGENT ONLY]...4 Battery Backup status monitoring...4 Input...4 Output...4 Battery...5 System...5 View Battery Backup Information...6 Information...6 VIEW THE POWER SYSTEM INFORMATION AND CONFIGURE POWER SYSTEM LOCATION [SLAVE ONLY]...7 Introduction to Power System...7 View Power System information...7 Configure Power System address...7 CONFIGURE THE BATTERY BACKUP SETTINGS AND PERFORM DIAGNOSTICS [AGENT ONLY]...9 Configure the Battery Backup...9 Input...9 Output...9 Battery...11 System...11 Run Diagnostics on the Battery Backup...12 Battery Test...12 CONFIGURE PROTECTED SYSTEM AND VIEW THE SUMMARY...14 Configure protected system identification...14 Information...14 Security...14 Configure protected system connected equipment...15 Equipment...15 Configuration...15 View the system summary...16 Software Summary...16 Technical Support...16 CONFIGURE ACTION SETTINGS FOR DIFFERENT EVENTS...17 Configure Settings of Event Actions for Selected Events...17 Overview event list [for Agent]...17 Overview event list [for Slave]...20 Configure Settings of Event Actions in Quick Setting Mode...20 Copyright Cyber Power Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 2

4 Configure Settings of Event Actions for the Selected Event...21 Configure Overall Action Settings...23 VIEW THE LOGS AND CONFIGURE LOGGING OPTIONS...26 Event Log...26 Status Record [Agent only]...26 Log Options...27 MANAGE SCHEDULED SHUTDOWN AND RESTART SETTINGS [AGENT ONLY]...28 Add, Modify and Remove a schedule...28 Schedule Properties...28 CHANGE THE AUTHENTICATION USERNAME AND PASSWORD...30 CONNECT TO THE SYSTEM FROM REMOTE COMPUTER...31 Copyright Cyber Power Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 3

5 MONITOR THE BATTERY BACKUP STATUS AND VIEW THE BATTERY BACKUP INFORMATION [AGENT ONLY] Battery Backup status monitoring View Battery Backup information Battery Backup status monitoring The Battery Backup Status page displays the Battery Backup status. The Status page is the default logon page of PowerPanel Business Edition Agent. The Battery Backup Status page displays four types of data about the Battery Backup as follows: Utility, see Input. Battery Backup output, see Output. Battery status, see Battery Battery Backup status, see System Input Status: Displays the present status of utility power supplied to the Battery Backup. o Normal: Utility voltage and frequency is in normal range. o Blackout: There is no utility power. o Over Voltage: Utility voltage is above normal range. The Battery Backup will switch to battery supplied power. o Under Voltage: Utility is below normal range. Battery Backup will switch to battery supplied power. o *Frequency Failure: Frequency of utility power is out of range. o Unknown: This is an abnormal status. Voltage: The present voltage of utility supplied power. Frequency: The present frequency of utility supplied power. Output Status: Displays the present status of the output power supplied to the connected equipment. o Normal: The Battery Backup output is in normal range. o *Bypass: The Battery Backup is in bypass mode and continues supplying utility power to the connected equipment. o *No Output: There is no output from the Battery Backup. o *Short Circuit: The Battery Backup will stop its output or shutdown immediately due to a short circuit. o Boost: The present input voltage of utility power is too low. The Battery Backup will increase output voltage to normal range. Copyright Cyber Power Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 4

6 o *Buck: The present input voltage of utility power is too high. The Battery Backup will decrease output voltage to normal range. o Overload: The present load exceeds the maximum load the Battery Backup can support. o Unknown: This is an abnormal status. Voltage: The present power voltage the Battery Backup is supplying to the connected equipment. Frequency: The present power frequency the Battery Backup is supplying to the connected equipment. Load: The power being supplied by Battery Backup, as a percentage of the total load capacity. For some models, it may show information about the loading watt. *Outlet number: Displays the present status of outlet number. o On: This outlet is on and will supply power. o Off: This outlet is off and will not supply power. o On Pending: This outlet is on pending an action such as a scheduled event. o Off Pending: This outlet is off pending an action such as a scheduled event. Battery Status: Displays the present status of the battery packs. o Fully Charged: There is 100% battery capacity remaining. o Discharging: The Battery Backup is supplying battery power because of a utility power failure, battery test, or utility power abnormality. o Charging: The batteries are being charged. o *Warning: The display shows warning state when the batteries capacity is lower than 80%. o Capacity Critical Low: The capacity of the batteries is very low and the Battery Backup may shutdown immediately. o *Battery Replacement Needed: The lifetime of batteries has expired. You should replace the batteries as soon as possible. o *Not Present: There are no batteries detected. o Testing: The Battery Backup is performing a diagnostic test. You may go to the Battery Backup Diagnostics page to see the results. o Unknown: This is an abnormal status. Voltage: The present voltage supplied by the batteries. Remaining Runtime: The amount of time that the Battery Backup can supply power to the load. *Remaining Charge Time: The remaining time the battery packs required to be fully charged. Capacity: The present capacity of the Battery Backup batteries, as a percentage of full charge. *External Batteries: The number of external battery cabinets. System Copyright Cyber Power Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 5

7 Status: Displays the present operating status of the Battery Backup. o Normal: The system status is normal. o *Fault: The system is in fault state due to an internal malfunction. o *Overheat: The temperature exceeds the normal temperature threshold. o Unknown: This is an abnormal status. *Temperature: The present internal operating temperature of the Battery Backup case. View Battery Backup Information Information The Battery Backup Information page shows a summary of information about the Battery Backup as follows: UPS Model: The model name of the Battery Backup. Hardware Version: The hardware version of the Battery Backup. *Serial Number: The serial number of the Battery Backup. UPS Type: The type of the Battery Backup. It may be On Line or Line Interactive. V.A: The Volt-Amp specification of the Battery Backup. Power: The maximum power supplied by the Battery Backup (Watts). *Maximum Current: The maximum output current of the Battery Backup (Amps). Voltage: The output voltage of the Battery Backup (Volts). *Frequency: The output frequency of the Battery Backup (Hz). Battery Replacement Date: The date that the batteries were last replaced. The normal lifetime of the batteries is 3 years. You can click "reset" button to configure the replaced date. The replaced date only can be configured to the date before the day while you are configuring it. *Standalone Outlets: The number of standalone outlets. *External Batteries: The number of external battery cabinets. *: These details may not be available on all models. Copyright Cyber Power Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 6

8 VIEW THE POWER SYSTEM INFORMATION AND CONFIGURE POWER SYSTEM LOCATION [SLAVE ONLY] Introduction to Power System View Power System information Configure Power System address Introduction to Power System A Power System is the system that manages and controls the Battery Backup. The Power System supplies the power you need and other equipment need. If you connect the Battery Backup with a computer by serial or USB cable, that computer should be installed Power Panel Business Edition Agent to manage the Battery Backup. We call that a computer installed Agent with the Battery Backup is a Power System. If you connect the Battery Backup with a Power Management Unit (abbreviate to PMU, ex: SNMP card), the PMU with the Battery Backup is called a Power System. View Power System information The Power System Information page shows a summary of information about the Battery Backup connected to the Power System as follows: Battery Replacement Date: The date that the batteries were last replaced. The normal lifetime of the batteries is 3 years. UPS Model: The model name of the Battery Backup. Battery Backup Type: The type of the Battery Backup. It may be On Line or Line Interactive. *Serial Number: The serial number of the Battery Backup. Hardware Version: The hardware version of the Battery Backup. *Standalone Outlets Numbers: The number of standalone outlets. Power: The maximum power supplied by the Battery Backup (Watts). *Maximum Rating Current: The maximum output current of the Battery Backup (Amps). Voltage: The output voltage of the Battery Backup (Volts). *Frequency: The output frequency of the Battery Backup (Hz). V.A: The Volt-Amp specification of the Battery Backup. *External Batteries: The number of external battery cabinets. *: These details may not be available on all models. Configure Power System address Copyright Cyber Power Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 7

9 The Power System Location page lets you configure the power system address and view the connection state of Power System. According to your Power System type, you may need to type Agent's address or PMU's address in the Address field. When the address is configured, you will see the connection state of Power System. Power System is the system connected to the Battery Backup directly. The Power System Information page is available only when the connection state is connected. Remember to setup the same phase key in Security section as described on Protected System Identification Help Page. If the phase key is different from Power System and Slave, Slave will not have ability to communicate with Power System. POWER SYSTEM LOCATION Address: Displays the power system address. You can click Setup button to configure the power system address. Normally, power system address is the Agent or PMU address. You can link to Agent or PMU directly by click the hyper link showed here. If the status is unreachable, it could be fail to open due to wrong address. Status: Displays the status about the communication with Power System. You can click Reconnect button to verify the current status about the communication with Power System. o connected: Slave is connected with Power System. Slave can obtain information about Battery Backup from Power System. o unreachable: Slave can't connect with Power System. It may due to the wrong phase key, the wrong address, or the network connection problem. Note: After you configured the address, you need to wait for negotiation for 5~20 seconds (depends on response time). Copyright Cyber Power Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 8

10 CONFIGURE THE BATTERY BACKUP SETTINGS AND PERFORM DIAGNOSTICS [AGENT ONLY] Configure the Battery Backup Run Diagnostics on the Battery Backup Configure the Battery Backup The Battery Backup Configuration page allows you to configure Input, Output, Battery, and System for the Battery Backup. Input *Conditions to use battery power: Sets the thresholds to use battery power according to utility power voltage and utility power frequency. If the threshold settings below are met, the Battery Backup will use battery power. Note: This setting comes into effect after restarting Battery Backup. o Utility voltage is below a voltage or above another voltage: Sets the low voltage and high voltage threshold. Beyond the thresholds the Battery Backup will supply battery power. o Utility frequency is below a frequency or above another frequency: Sets the low frequency and high frequency threshold. Beyond the thresholds the Battery Backup will supply battery power. *Condition to bypass: Sets the threshold to enter bypass mode according to utility power voltage. o Utility voltage is below a voltage or above another voltage: Sets the low voltage and high voltage threshold. Beyond the thresholds the Battery Backup will switch to bypass mode. Output *The Battery Backup supplies a voltage: Sets the output power voltage supplied to the connected equipment. For some models, like the Paragon Tower Battery Backup and the Professional Rack Mount Battery Backup, this setting comes into effect after restarting the Battery Backup. For Paragon Tower Battery Backup model, it is configurable only if the Battery Backup is in bypass mode. *The Battery Backup supplies power of a voltage during battery mode: Sets the output power voltage supplied to the connected equipment during battery mode. *Outlet number: Sets the standalone outlet's turn on/off parameters. o Turn off if battery capacity is below a percentage: Sets the low limit of battery capacity to turn off this outlet. Copyright Cyber Power Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 9

11 o o Turn off when utility power fails for minutes: Sets how long the utility power is off before turning off this outlet. The valid value is Turn on when utility power restores for minutes: Sets how long the utility power has restored before turning on this outlet. The valid value is *Enter bypass mode once the Battery Backup is overloaded: If you enable this option, the Battery Backup will supply utility power directly to the load when there is an overload condition. Otherwise, the Battery Backup will shutdown. An overload occurs when the load is over 110%. *Enter bypass mode when the Battery Backup turns off: If you enable this option, the Battery Backup supply utility power directly to the load when the Battery Backup turns off. Otherwise, the Battery Backup will shutdown. *Allow bypass even when utility power is out of range: If you enable this option, even if utility power is out of range, the Battery Backup still enters bypass mode. *Wake up the Battery Backup when utility power is restored: If you enable this option, the Battery Backup will wake up when utility power is restored. *The Battery Backup can start without utility power and supply battery power: If you enable this option, the Battery Backup can start without utility power. After startup, the Battery Backup will supply battery power to the connected equipment. *The Battery Backup will attempt to restore power from a short circuit condition: If you enable this option, the Battery Backup will stop supplying power to the connected equipment when a short circuit occurs. The Battery Backup will attempt to restore power three times for 30 seconds and continues supplying power if the short circuit condition disappears, the Battery Backup will shutdown if short circuit condition remains. If you disable this option, the Battery Backup will stop supplying power and shutdown. *Force rebooting of the Battery Backup when utility power is restored early: If you enable this option, the Battery Backup will be forced to reboot when utility power is restored early in the following manner. When utility power fails, the connected computer may be asked to shutdown first and the Battery Backup may shutdown too after a specific delay time. If the utility power is restored earlier than this, the Battery Backup will stop supplying output power for 10 seconds once the delay time is up. This option is useful for you to ensure the connected computer will restart after a power failure shutdown. *Restore power when the batteries have been charged for amount of minutes: Sets time for recharging when the Battery Backup restores power. The batteries must be recharging for the amount of time to restore power. 0 minutes means the Battery Backup will restore power immediately. Note: This setting is available only if Wake up the Battery Backup when utility power is restored is enabled. Copyright Cyber Power Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 10

12 *Restore power when the batteries have been charged to a percentage of battery capacity: Sets how much battery capacity must be present for the Battery Backup to restore power. 0% means the Battery Backup will restore power immediately. Note: This setting is available only if Wake up the Battery Backup when utility power is restored is enabled. *Output Frequency determination: Sets the frequency of output power supplied to the connected equipment. You can choose only one of the following settings. o Following utility frequency when it is within a tolerance: Sets the utility frequency thresholds. If the utility frequency is out of range, the Battery Backup will supply power at a specific frequency. o Fixed on a frequency: Sets the frequency of output power to a constant value. This setting applies when the Battery Backup is in standby mode. Standby mode occurs when the Battery Backup is plugged into utility power and the Battery Backup is off. Battery Note: In general, you won't need to set this option in all cases. The wrong frequency settings may damage your connected equipment. When you set the frequency settings, you should ensure the selected frequency is acceptable for your connected equipment. Each time you try to change frequency settings, you will see an alert message and need to confirm the change. These complicated steps are to protect your connected equipment from the wrong frequency settings. *Prohibit batteries discharging over than 4 hours: If you enable this option, the Battery Backup will shutdown when it has discharged for 4 hours. Excessive discharging may shorten the life of batteries. *The Battery Backup will shutdown to save energy after a power failure of 5 minutes: If you enable this option, the Battery Backup will shutdown when a power failure occurs and the Battery Backup discharges for 5 minutes without a load present. Otherwise, the Battery Backup will keep discharging until battery capacity reaches 0%. *Battery is critically low when the capacity is below a percentage: Sets the critical low threshold of Battery capacity. When the Battery capacity is below this value, the Battery capacity is critical low event will occur. *Perform a battery test: Set a schedule for recurring battery tests. The battery test will verify the battery function supplies power when the Battery Backup is in battery mode. Configuration options: [never][every week][every 2 weeks][every 3 weeks][every 4 weeks] *The External Battery Cabinet has an amount of packs: Sets the amount of external battery cabinet, it helps Battery Backup to evaluate Remaining Runtime more accurate. System Copyright Cyber Power Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 11

13 The Battery Backup alarm is: If you enable this option, the Battery Backup alarm will sound when it switches to battery mode. Configuration options: [enabled][disabled] *Overloaded warning when the load exceeds a percentage: Sets the threshold for the overload warning. When the load exceeds the threshold, the Battery Backup will issue a warning and event output is overload will occur. This setting is available after the Battery Backup is restarted. Attention! Your computer may shutdown when the Battery Backup is restarting. Note: Not all configurations are available on all models. Run Diagnostics on the Battery Backup The Battery Backup Diagnostics page lets you view the last diagnostic results and you can perform a Battery Test and Runtime Calibration. Battery Test The Battery Backup will switch to battery mode to verify the batteries are good. Use Battery Test to initiate a quick battery test and view the date and result of the last test. PERFORM A BATTERY TEST 1. Click the Initiate button, and you will hear beeping while the battery test is occurring. 2. Battery Test will report the result after the last test is finished and display as follows: Last Test Date: The date the last battery test was performed. Last Test Result: o Passed: The battery works normally. o None: The battery test has not been performed. o Failed: The Battery Backup test failed. SUGGESTIONS IF THE BATTERY TEST FAILED. Clear Remaining runtime is insufficient event or Output is overloaded event and run another battery test. Replace the batteries if the battery test fails again. Contact CyberPower for assistance if the battery test fails after the batteries have been replaced. RUNTIME CALIBRATION Copyright Cyber Power Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 12

14 The runtime calibration synchronizes the runtime estimate with the current load and battery capacity. When a runtime calibration initiates, Calibration is initiated event occurs. A runtime calibration will discharge the batteries. The batteries will be completely discharged after the calibration. The batteries will be recharged automatically following a calibration. Note: Frequent calibration will shorten the life of batteries. We recommend one or two calibrations per year. PERFORM A RUNTIME CALIBRATION 1. Click the Start button; this will initiate a runtime calibration. 2. Click the Stop button; this will stop the runtime calibration. 3. Runtime Calibration will display the result after a calibration finishes or you stop the calibration. The results will report as follows: Estimated Runtime: The estimated runtime of the batteries. Last Calibration Result: The result of the last runtime calibration. o Passed: Runtime calibration passed and the batteries are normal. o None: A runtime calibration has not been run. o Failed: The Battery Backup failed during the runtime calibration. o Cancelled: The runtime calibration was stopped... Last Calibration Date: The date the last runtime calibration was performed. Note: A calibration process causes the batteries to completely discharge. If a utility power failure occurs during the calibration the Battery Backup will not support the connected equipment. Copyright Cyber Power Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 13

15 CONFIGURE PROTECTED SYSTEM AND VIEW THE SUMMARY Configure protected system identification Configure protected system connected equipment View the system summary Configure protected system identification The Protected System Identification page allows you to set the system information and security. Information Name: The description or name of the system. Contact: Who to contact when there are problems with this system. Location: Where the system is located. Powered by: Indicate which Battery Backup outlet supplies the system power. You can see the outlet preview to verify whether the system is connected to the correct outlet. This option may show more outlets control according to the Battery Backup model type. Security Phase Key [for Agent]: The phase key is used to create a secure channel between Agent and Slave. Thus the communication is reliable. You need to configure the same phase key in Agent and Slave. The phase key is hidden by default. You can click Display to show the phase key in plain code. The default phase key is "powerpanel.encryption.key". Phase Key [for Slave]: The phase key is used to create a secure channel between Power System and Slave. Thus the communication is reliable. You need to configure the same phase key in Power System and Slave. The phase key is hidden by default. You can click Display to show the phase key in plain code. The default phase key is powerpanel.encryption.key. o If your Power System is PowerPanel Agent, you can login Agent's web page to find the phase key setting in Security section on Protected System Identification page. o If your Power System is PMU (more information in View the Power System information and configure Power System location page), you need to check the following community keys and make both of them are the same as the phase key. You can login SNMP management web page to configure and view them. The default SNMP community key is public in most cases. Copyright Cyber Power Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 14

16 SNMP-TRAP community key: Find this setting on Network- >Trap Notification page. Add a TrapReceiver and type Slave IP and community key to fill the fields. SNMP-Request community key: Find this setting on Network->Access Control page. Set the access control community key and it should have at least read permission. Note: Because the SNMP community key is limited to 15 characters, thus you have to shorten the phase key setting to fit the limit. Note: If you have firewall software installed, please configure the policy to let port 3052 (UDP/TCP) and port 8443 (UDP/TCP) are available. The communication between Agent and Slave can be established only when that ports are available. Configure protected system connected equipment The Protected System Equipment page allows you to set and view connected equipment. The connected equipment means all other equipment connected to the same Battery Backup as Agent. You can add, modify, or remove equipment by supplied equipment's name, location, and contact information. In the equipment list, you can view equipment you added and the remote Slave information. Whenever the Slave is connected to Agent, you will see the Slave information in the equipment list. You can't configure the Slave information directly in Agent. Equipment Name: Displays the description or name of the equipment. Contact: Displays who to contact when there are problems with the equipment. Location: Displays where the equipment is located. Powered by: Indicate which Battery Backup outlet supplies the equipment power. You can see the outlet preview to verify whether the equipment is connected to the correct outlet. This option may show more outlets control according to the Battery Backup model type. Configuration Add equipment 1. Complete the text field for name, location, contact, and powered by which outlet. 2. Click the Add button. 3. The new equipment will be added to equipment list below. 4. Click the Cancel button to cancel adding an equipment Modify equipment 1. Select the equipment from the equipment list and click it. Copyright Cyber Power Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 15

17 2. The details of the equipment will be shown in the text field of name, location, contact, and powered by which outlet. 3. Modify the details of the equipment in those text fields. 4. Click the Modify button. 5. The equipment information will be updated to equipment list below. 6. Click the Cancel button to cancel modifying an equipment Remove equipment 1. Select the equipment from the equipment list and click it. 2. The details of the equipment will be shown in the text field of name, location, contact, and powered by which outlet. 3. Click the Remove button. 4. The equipment will be removed from the equipment list. 5. Click the Cancel button to cancel removing an equipment View the system summary The Help About page identifies software and technical support summary. Software Summary Version: The current version of Agent installed on the host. Operating System: The operating system of the host. Technical Support Official Web Site: Accesses the Cyber Power Web Site. Product Overview: Finds information on Cyber Power products. Contact: Finds out how to contact Cyber Power for the service offering. Copyright Cyber Power Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 16

18 CONFIGURE ACTION SETTINGS FOR DIFFERENT EVENTS Configure Settings of Event Actions for Selected Events from the Event List. Configure Settings of Event Actions in the Event List in Quick Setting Mode. Configure Overall Action Settings. Configure Settings of Event Actions for Selected Events The Event Settings page displays a table listing all power events and separates them into three categories Information, Warning and Severe. This table shows the actions defined for each power event. The Event Setting page provides an interface that you can set actions for the selected event. It also includes a description and allows you to set the following: Logging: Records this power event. Notification: Sends a notification when this event occurs. Sends an when this event occurs. Command File: Executes a command file when this event occurs. Shutdown: Initiates a shutdown sequence when this event occurs. Overview event list [for Agent] Name Description Severe Battery capacity is critically low Battery Backup is faulty Communication lost in power problem Battery capacity is critically low; the power could be lost immediately. Battery Backup malfunction, it could not work normally. Communication with device has been lost when meets a power condition. Warning Utility power failure Output is overloaded Bypass is Utility power failure, battery power will be supplied. Output is overloaded; power may no longer be supplied. You can set the threshold of output load in page Battery Backup Configuration System. Output is overloaded in bypass mode. Copyright Cyber Power Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 17

19 overloaded Battery-test failure Batteries are not present Batteries need to be replaced Communication lost Communication cannot establish The battery-test failed to provide battery power normally. Batteries are not present; the Battery Backup cannot provide battery power in this condition. Batteries may not work well any more; they need to be replaced with new ones. Communication with device has been lost. Communication cannot establish during startup. Information Remaining runtime is insufficient This event will occur when the battery is fully charged and the remaining runtime is still less than sum of times set in the following categories: Event Utility power failure and Low Battery shutdown action delay time. Event Shutdown is initiated command file execution time. OS shutdown time. All connected Slave OS shutdown time. Plus an additional 30 seconds. You need to unload some equipment connected to the Battery Backup to get more remaining runtime. Please make sure all connected equipment will have enough remaining runtime when power problem occurs. Shutdown initiated A schedule has initiated Shutdown process initiated. A schedule has initiated, the system could be shutdown. This event occurs when any one of following things happens: The schedule setup controlled outlet to Whole outlet. The Battery Backup support standalone outlet control and the schedule setup controlled outlet to Outlet#1 or Outlet2 and enable Shutdown OS. Enters bypass mode Enters bypass mode for power supply, battery power will no longer be provided. Copyright Cyber Power Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 18

20 Leaves bypass mode Battery-test is successful Battery-test initiated Battery is charging Battery stopped charging Battery is discharging Battery stopped discharging Calibration initiated Calibration finished Leaves bypass mode and switch to line mode or battery mode, battery power will be used. The Battery test was successful, battery power is normal. The Battery test initiated to verify that battery power can be provided normally. The battery starts to charge, the battery capacity will increase. The battery stopped charging, the battery capacity will stop increasing. The battery is being discharged, the battery capacity will decrease. Battery stopped discharging; the battery capacity will stop decreasing. Calibration was initiated; the battery runtime will be evaluated. Calibration finished, battery power no longer is used. Calibration canceled Calibration was canceled; the battery runtime evaluation was interrupted. Output voltage is boosted Output voltage is no longer be boosted Output voltage is bucked Output voltage is no longer be bucked Battery capacity is normal Battery Backup is no longer faulty Utility power has restored Output voltage is boosted from a lower level. Output voltage is normal and the boost will stop. Output voltage is bucked from a higher level. Output voltage is normal and the buck will stop. The battery capacity is normal and no longer critically low. The battery backup is no longer faulty and is working normally. Utility power has restored, no longer using battery power. Copyright Cyber Power Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. 19

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